TROTSKY IN NEW YORK, 1917: A Radical on the Eve of Revolution
Between January and March 1917, Trotsky found refuge in the United States after being expelled from Europe. America had kept itself out of the European Great War, leaving New York the freest city on earth. During his time there, he immersed himself in the local scene, plunging headlong into local politics, and helped to reshape the American left. 16 pages of photos.
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